‘Werewolf’ cats exist…And you can own one. Meet Lykoi
Lykoi have a naturally occurring mutation of the domestic short-hair cat, meaning that they originated in wild cat populations. They’re born with a full coat of hair like most cats, but lose some as they grow older, giving them that patchy, werewolf-like hair pattern.
A squirrel monkey named Miss Baker was one of the first animals to be launched into space by the United States and recovered alive. She lived to the age of 27, becoming the longest living squirrel monkey, and her tombstone often has a banana or two on top of it.
Ravens have been observed calling wolves to the site of dead animals so that they will open the carcass making the scraps more accessible to them.
Germany’s Werner Freund was once the alpha male of a real wolf pack. He spent decades walking freely among his sanctuary of 29 wild wolves, which all viewed him as their leader. His goal was to rid people of their negative views of the animal, because he felt ‘you are more likely to die from meeting a werewolf than a real one.’
The species lost in just the past hundred years would have taken up to 11,400 years to be lost, if not for human activity.
Australian Redback Spider captures a lizard.
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This is an American Bashkir Curly Horse.
Penguins have been known to push a fellow penguin into the water to check to see if the area is safe and free of predators.
Jaguars have such powerful jaws that they kill their prey by biting into the brain directly through the skull.
Photo : MarcusObal / wikipedia
A chimp in a Swedish zoo collected round disks of concrete, stockpiled them, and saved them until he could throw them at visitors. “Nothing like it has as yet been reported from the wild, nor from any captive chimpanzees”.
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